Beauty and the Beast (2017 film)
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By Pete Hammond. In terms of sheer razzle-dazzle filmmaking it marches to its own drummer in an era when this kind of film was relegated to the animators. Emma Watson is the ideal Belle, the young woman who is held captive in the castle where the Beast Dan Stevens is holed up full of self-doubt and self-loathing after being cursed and turned from a handsome Prince into this nightmarish vision of a human being. The villain of the piece is the dashing but devious Gaston Luke Evans , who pursues Belle relentlessly, accompanied by Le Fou Josh Gad , his sidekick who seems to be more interested in Gaston than Belle would ever be. Potts, but this group gets it right in their own way. In fact, the memorable score from Alan Mencken, the late Howard Ashman and Tim Rice, soars in every sense of the word.
The tale as old as time is timeless, and so is its music. With all of the original tunes from the film, as well as some new additions, this new version blends classic and contemporary almost seamlessly, with a few exceptions. First, it is worth noting that Alan Menken has once again delivered a magnificent and rich score for the movie. Perhaps not since during the Disney renaissance has Menken crafted such an immersive and lush experience for the ears. It only lasts a mere one minute, but sets the film stage for the musical that feels like a showstopper. Some will claim she cannot hold a note.
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Beauty and the Beast is a American musical romantic fantasy film directed by Bill Condon from a screenplay written by Stephen Chbosky and Evan Spiliotopoulos. The film is a live action adaptation of Disney's animated film of the same name , itself an adaptation of Jeanne-Marie Leprince de Beaumont 's 18th-century fairy tale.